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Have You Been Praying for Armadillos?

Christian comedian Ken Davis tells the following story about waiting for a "sign from God." A Christian gets on an empty city bus, walks to rear, and sits down. Lord, he prays, if you want me to speak to someone about you, please give me a sign. At the ...

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December 19, 2012  5:47am

Obeying God completely is certainly one of those things Christians find difficult. Quite often, we give excuses by asking for signs such as this. How I wish God had turned the bus driver into an armadillo indeed, but just in time before the take off!

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